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Hoffman Architects PA, 29 W Orange St., Tarpon Springs, announces its design of the 12,600-square-foot project
Town [email protected] Lake Woodlands Country Club for Maaser Development Group LLC, is under construction at the intersection of East Lake Woodlands Parkway and Woodlands
Parkway in Oldsmar. This retail and office center project is expected to be completed by May.

Klar and Klar Architects,
28473 U.S. Highway 19 N, Suite 602, Clearwater, has been retained by Dr. Thomas Silver to design city homes called Fremont City Homes, for the green community being built at the corner of Fremont Avenue and A Street, one block north of
Kennedy Boulevard in


TriMar Construction Inc., 1720 W Cass St., Tampa, has completed a 10,000-square-foot law office building for Marion Street Properties LLC at 1005 N Marion St., Tampa. The project included renovating the single-story building and adding a second floor. Project cost was $1.5-million.


First Financial Reverse
Mortgage has opened a branch office at 3204 Alternate 19 N, Palm Harbor. Elena Katsulos is branch manager and loan officer. The phone number is (727) 785-5200.


Tampa Bay Underwriters
and Wiseley Marine Insurance has merged to form Wallace Welch & Willingham's Marine Division. Steve Cunningham, senior vice president, and Alycia McGlone, assistant vice president, of Wallace Welch & Willingham's marine insurance division joins the Wiseley Marine staff and Tampa Bay Underwriters has moved to Wallce Welch and Willingham's downtown St. Petersburg office at 300
First Ave. S, Fourth Floor.


Osprey Real Estate Services North Bay LLC, 360 Central Ave., Suite 1230, St. Petersburg, announces that Focus Inc.
has leased 30,832 square
feet of office space at Osprey's Westlake I building at 9119
Corporate Lake Drive,

Prudential Tropical Realty, 7916 Evolutions Way, No. 106, Trinity, has acquired Premier Group Realty. Premier Group's St. Pete Beach and St. Petersburg offices will remain open. Premier's Clearwater office will join Prudential's Countryside office.

Prudential CRES Commercial Real Estate, 1715 N West Shore Blvd., Suite 250, Tampa, announces this lease transaction. TA Associates to Aero-Med Ltd., 25,000 square feet, industrial space, new lease at 1551 102nd Ave., St. Petersburg; and this sale transaction, Dwight and Marla Graber to Real Estate Equity Partners 9 LLC, a 26,000-square-foot, commercial building at 11100 66th St. N, Largo, $1.95-million.

Tourtelot Brothers Realtors Inc., 390 Fourth St. N, St. Petersburg, announces this sales transaction. Clifford L. Stout to Contemporary Housing Alternatives of Florida, Inc., 3.65 acres of vacant residential land, at 8137 46th Ave. N, St. Petersburg, for $1.45-million.


John Heagney Public Relations, 2006 Arcadia Road, Holiday, has been retained by Dr. Larry Lieberman of Palm Harbor to implement a program of community relations.


Tandel Systems Inc., 16120 U.S. 19 N, Suite 150, Clearwater, announces that the company has completed a reseller agreement with IBM, which allows Tandel to offer a complete suite of IBM products to its customers.


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